The Plantworx 2023 show is going great guns! Angela Spink has been inundated with enquiries and signed booking forms to exhibit at the 2023 event.
The Plantworx 2023 show is going great guns! Angela Spink has been inundated with enquiries and signed booking forms to exhibit at the 2023 event. The layout has been altered for this event so the ‘digging’ areas are spread evenly across the whole site- which will really help with foot flow around the site. Takeuchi […]
After a hiatus, due to the COVID pandemic and making way for the Hillhead show, the Construction Equipment Association (CEA) is delighted to confirm the venue and dates for the next Plantworx trade show. The 5th biennial construction machinery exhibition will be held on 13-15 June 2023, at the East of England Arena and Events Centre, Peterborough.
There’s a focus on Telematics with contributions from Chris Matthew Flannery Plant Hire, Cummins Inc. Tierra S.p.A. and LiuGong Machinery, ABAX UK Trackunit. There’s the latest on market movements from Chris Sleight Off-Highway Research and Paul Lyons. The launch of Plantworx Construction Exhibition 2023 including site plans. Peter Haddock shares his views on digital digging. A review of Futureworx 2022. We welcome new members GEOTAB and EPG Ehrhardt Partner Group and much more… Please read […]
Leading UK construction sector contractors, manufacturers, rental companies and technology firms used the recent Futureworx 2022 showcase and conference to appeal for greater collaboration across the industry, to help drive the sector towards achieving Net Zero. The Futureworx event, which took place in Peterborough in March, focused on the latest advances in technologies such as […]
Organised by CEE (Construction Equipment Events), the organiser of the Plantworx construction exhibition, Futureworx 2022 attracted senior professionals in and around the construction industry, bringing them together with suppliers and innovators to help map future construction targets and requirements. In addition to showcasing what the construction site of the future will look like, Futureworx 2022 […]
As overall first impressions go, Nigel is more than happy with the new Hyundai; “The fuel consumption is good as is its AdBlue intake. If it stays as reliable as my old machine, I’ll be a very happy man.
JCB’s construction range of Loadall telescopic handlers for European markets are now available with Stage V compliant engines. From the 531-70 through to the 540-200, the full line of machines can be powered by the JCB 448 DieselMAX engine, delivering 81kW (109hp).
Six months prior to the Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) Conference 2021 taking place, the CPA has announced that the theme of the Conference will be ‘Net Zero Carbon & Digitalisation